Ms. Ruff and Ms. Zimmer will be available during regular school hours (8:55am-4:05pm) for additional student support and resources. Students wanting to talk to their counselor should contact them through email or text to set up an appointment, and their counselor will get back to them as soon as possible. Ms. Ruff can be reached at 614-636-5353 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Ms. Zimmer can be reached at 614-636-3178 or email@example.com. Ms. Breedlove and Ms. Parker, our counseling interns, can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ACPA is holding Virtual Career Fair during the month of April! Monday-Thursday in April from 1-1:30pm students have the opportunity to learn more about a variety of possible careers. The schedule and link to attend the virtual meeting will be emailed to students in the daily announcements and will be available on the ACPA Counseling Google Classroom. We would love to have some of our ACPA parents participate and share information about your career with the ACPA Community. If you are interested in speaking to students about your career please use the Sign Up Genius link below to sign up.
The deadline to submit your letter of intent to participate has been extended to May 1st. In addition, due to students being unable to test for summer, and possibly fall eligibility, student eligibility has been adjusted. If a student has not yet tested, some schools may look at GPA and/or use their current institutional standards. Please view this instructional video and see the updates in the ACPA Counseling Google Classroom for more information.
Special Education and Intervention Services
As we begin our Digital Learning, the Intervention Team will continue to provide support services and accommodations to our students to the best of our ability. We are currently in the process of developing plans and systems to continue to meet students' needs and provide support for instruction. As our first Digital Learning Week starts, the Intervention Team will be reaching out to students and families to check-in and help students as they begin their digital learning tasks.
Moving forward we will schedule regular check-ins, develop lines of communication to keep parents informed of students' needs and progress, and work with students to complete work and have access to assistance. Accommodations and modifications will continue to be provided and as always we will work to create solutions for any challenges that arise. We ask that you be patient with us as we develop our new routines, but rest assured that our goal continues to be to help students be as successful as possible.